Official news from the City of Albuquerque
Please see the attached press release from Council President Sanchez entitled "No One Banned from Future City Council Meetings."
The Albuquerque Police Department must improve its ability to collect and analyze overtime data associated with DWI cases. By capturing data, APD will be able to quantify and substantiate the impacts that external factors and inefficiencies, such as Metro Court scheduling, have on the Department. This data is an important element that will provide valuable information through which the department can manage overtime and affect change, such as reducing the number of DWI cases dismissed for officer FTA, and decreasing DWI overtime court costs.
Several More Community Dialogues Scheduled In Coming Months
Albuquerque Business Education Compact in Conjunction with City of Albuquerque Host Kickoff for Distribution of Books from Read to Me Book Drive
Donated Books to Help Families with Limited Resources
City Council President Ken Sanchez and Vice-President Trudy E. Jones Announce Interim Rules Regarding Public Comment and Chamber Decorum
Hospice Volunteer-We depend on our Albuquerque volunteers to help us give the full circle of care that our patients and their families need during this challenging time.
Gift Shop Volunteer
Cibola National Forest and National Grasslands Forest Supervisor Elaine Kohrman announced that the Sandia, Mountainair, Mt. Taylor and Magdalena Ranger Districts will begin Stage I fire restrictions on Monday, May 5 at 8:00 a.m.
The 2014 Open Space Summer Series is here!
Friday’s Heroes: Officer Tamas Nadas
Employee of the Week: Benjamin Seiler
Great local bands and national award winners scheduled
The Albuquerque Police Department provides web-based tools that let you search for crime statistics online.
Community invited to share concerns in second of series of outreach events
New acreage to be used for recreational facilities